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Prevent Long Path Names on Windows Server 2003

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Is there a way to prevent users from creating long paths on a share on Windows Server 2003 from a Windows XP client?
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Hello,

with Windows onboard functionality, there is no way to allow an user to create a short path and prevent them from creating a long path.

I haven't heard of a third party solution either.

Shrek
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